This is a good weekly challenge for me, I’ve been collecting street number photos for years now. This is a selection from Europe, mainly Belgium.
Every now and then I blog a few photos of doors… a long standing habit of mine. Here’s two from France.
Ancient textures, steep street, Villefranche sur Mer.
A door that goes nowhere, Antibes.
Doors Ancient and Modern
all right thinking door lovers should check this out.
This week, share a photo that says “adventure.” It could be an image of someone setting off on an epic journey, a photo you took on an adventure of your own, or something more metaphoric that represents a personal or psychological adventure. We’re excited to see where you’ll take us!
Somebody’s First Adventure!
Beachside Scene, Collioure France, 2004
Share a photo of what “fray” means to you — it could be a tear in a favorite pair of jeans, a street rumble just about to begin, or a friend diving into an oncoming wave at the beach.
A great excuse to blog a few doors. Fraying at the edges, still doing the job.
These doors were all from a photo safari in the backstreets of Figeac, France
I havent blogged any doors for a while. Here’s a couple….. one ancient looking door from relatively modern Gawler, South Australia (est. 1836) and the ‘modern’ (early sixties) door of the Hotel Caravelle, Toulouse. (city established by 200 BC). Toulouse is the home of Airbus, whose ancestor company built the beautiful jetliner Caravelle.
This splendid entrance is part of the former Odeon Cinema in Petersham, a suburb of Sydney, Australia. Last used as a roller skating rink, the refurbished building is awaiting a new use.
Drifter update. I’m currently in Sydney, Australia…. tuning up my tastebuds in King St, Newtown and relaxing on the beautiful Hawkesbury River. I’m having fun replenishing my stock of photos of this & that.